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Bay Area Police Gazette
Bay Area
Police Gazette
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March 2015
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Serving Coos Bay, North Bend, Empire, Eastside, Charleston, Lakeside, Coquille, Bandon, & Myrtle Point
CBPD—NBPD—CCSO—OSP
Police Logs & Reports
Most are entries off the various daily police logs
Guilty of Soliciting
Aggravated Murder
nal charges of Murder by Abuse and
Manslaughter in the First Degree, involving the death of her mother, 87-year
old Willa Faye Boren on March 9, 2014,
were dismissed. The victim died of septic infection; however, according to a
news release from District Attorney R.
Paul Frasier, “the infection came about
due to numerous and horrendous bed
sores the victim developed over the last
few weeks of her life. The investigation
revealed that Ms. Boren had become
bedridden and was basically neglected
by her daughter who resided in the same
home and who was her mother’s caregiver.” In a report to the DA’s Office
from a forensic pathologist for Coos
County and a Deputy State Medical Examiner noted “the overall investigation
raises significant concerns over neglect
and maltreatment.”
Former North Bend resident Kenneth
Everett Moore, 49, was found guilty of
two-counts of Solicitation to Commit
Aggravated Murder and two-counts of
Conspiracy to Commit Aggravated Murder following a two-day Jury Trial in a
courtroom at the Coos County Courthouse in Coquille, Wednesday, Feb. 11.
According to a news release from District Attorney R. Paul Frasier, “The
charges stem from actions taken by the
defendant in 2009. At that time he was
being held at the Coos County Jail on
allegations that he had raped his step
daughter. While he was being held at
the jail, he conspired and solicited another jail inmate to kill two potential
witnesses.” Judge Richard Barron sentenced Moore “to 194-months in prison
Drug Dealer
on each conspiracy count, to run conSentenced
secutively as there were two victims.
This totals 388-months in prison.”
News release from SCINT. February
9th, 2015 Guy David ALLEN plead
Manslaughter
guilty to Unlawful Delivery of Heroin,
Sentence
Unlawful Possession of Heroin, UnlawA 54-year old Coos Bay woman was ful Possession of Methamphetamine,
sentenced to 75-months in prison and 36 and Resisting Arrest. In October of
-months post prison supervision after 2014, North Bend Police Officer Shane
she pled guilty in a Coos Co. Circuit Dunning attempted to contact Guy
Court Friday morning, Feb. 20, to Man- David Allen at 1823 Monroe Street in
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Cape Arago Hwy. Fatal
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation
into Sunday morning's single vehicle fatality crash on SR 240 near
milepost 6 in Coos Bay. On February 8, 2015, at 10:39 a.m., OSP
troopers were dispatched to a single vehicle rollover crash on Highway 240 near milepost 6. A 2002 Nissan Xterra, operated by DAVID
CONN II, age 46, from Coos Bay, was northbound on Highway 240
near milepost 6 and for unknown reasons went off the roadway onto
the northbound shoulder. Once on the shoulder the Nissan collided
with a dirt bank and rolled at least one time coming to rest on its
side. Emergency responders extricated CONN from his vehicle and
transported him to Bay Area Hospital where he was pronounced deceased from injuries sustained in the crash. CONN was wearing
safety restraints at the time of the crash and was the only occupant
in the vehicle. Highway 240 was closed for about thirty (30) minutes
and was opened to one lane for several hours while investigators
completed the investigation.
may flee; Officer Dunning quickly
checked the residence and notified assisting officers. Dunning apprehended
Allen during which time Allen resisted
law enforcement. Allen was found holding methamphetamine. During a search
of the area in which Allen was attempting to hide, there was a box that contained an additional package of methamphetamine, marijuana, narcotic use paraphernalia, packaging materials, and over
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ground and Allen’s hands it appeared
Allen may have been attempting to bury
the narcotics prior to being apprehended.
Continuing the investigation, Officer
Dunning obtained a search warrant for
Allen’s phone. Assisted by SCINT, a
review of Allen’s phone further implicated Allen in drug dealing and corroborated information provided by a citizen.
Allen was indicted by a Coos County
Grand Jury on charges of Unlawful Delivery of Heroin, Unlawful Possession of
Heroin,
Unlawful
Possession of
Methamphetamine, and Resisting Arrest.
After pleading to guilty to all charges,
Allen was sentenced per Oregon Sentencing Guidelines to 35 months in jail
followed by 36 months post - prison
supervision.
SCINT encourages the
public to report narcotics activity on the
web by going to www.scint.us and
“Report a Dealer”. Also, find us on
Facebook.
DUII by the
Numbers in Coos Co.
News release from CBPD. In January
the Coos Bay Police Department arrested (5) drunk drivers as part of an
ongoing effort with other local law enforcement agencies to reduce incidents
of impaired driving in Coos County. The
Southern Oregon Coast DUII Taskforce
will continue to deploy additional police
officers during the month of February
with goal of seeking out and arresting
those drivers who choose to drink and
drive. The taskforce is supported by the
Coos Bay Police Department, Coquille
Police Department, Coos County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Police, and
funded by a grant provided by Oregon
Impact. The Southern Oregon Coast
Hwy. 38 Fatal
Preliminary information from the scene
indicates that at approximately 3:45
p.m., Friday, Jan. 30, a black, 2012
Honda CR-V, operated by HEATHER
R. FRIEDRICH, age 44, of North Bend,
was eastbound when it crossed the centerline into the westbound lanes and hit a
tan, 2004 Toyota Camry, driven by
KATHLEEN D. HANDCOCK, 57 of
Coos Bay, which was westbound. The
front passenger in the Camry, VIRGINIA L. WHALEN-JENNINGS, 59,
of Coquille, was pronounced deceased at
the scene. FRIEDRICH was transported
to Lower Umpqua Hospital with non-life
In every group of
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no matter how
exhausting,
stressful, or
Assault in Lakeside
News release from the Coos Co. Sheriff's Office. On 02-20-15 at
about 0200 hours, Coos County Sheriff’s Deputies along with Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputies, Oregon State Police and North Bend
Police responded to the area of 180 North 8th St. in Lakeside to a
report of a domestic assault involving a firearm. The victim of the
assault had fled the residence and gone to the Lakeside Fire Hall
where she set off the fire alarm. Lakeside Fire personnel took the
initial report from the victim and checked her injuries. Officers contacted 31 year old Isabel Bautista-Hernandez of Lakeside who reported that her husband, 55 year old Gabino Taia-Gomez had gotten
drunk and assaulted her and threatened harm to her and their 3 children, ages, 14, 6 and 4 who were still at their residence. Ms.
Bautista-Hernandez reported that her husband was armed and
struck her with the gun and threatened to kill all of them. Deputies,
OSP and North Bend Officers set up a perimeter around the residence at 180 North 8th Street, Apt#1, and at about 0307 hours the
suspect came out of the residence where he was placed under arrest without incident. Mr. Tapia-Gomez was arrested on charges of
Assault IV (Domestic Felony), Menacing (Domestic), Unlawful use of
a Weapon, Reckless Endangering and Pointing a Firearm at Another. Gabino Tapia-Gomez was transported to the Coos County
Jail where he was booked and lodged on the above mentioned
charges. Gabino Tapia-Gomez is being held in lieu of $80,000.00
Bail.
DUII Taskforce is asking for your help
to reduce drunk driving. If you observe a
drunk driver on the road please call 911
and report it to local law enforcement.
The following are some signs that a
driver may be drunk. - Quick acceleration or deceleration ; - Weaving or zigzagging across the road; - Almost striking an object, curb, or vehicle; - Stopping for no reason or erratic braking; Driving with headlights off at night; Drifting in and out of traffic lanes; Driving slower than 10 MPH below the
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threatening injuries. HANDCOCK and
her rear passenger were transported to
Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend with non-life threatening injuries.
The highway was blocked for several
hours as troopers investigated and reconstructed the crash. The Oregon Department of Transportation responded to
assist and a traffic detour was established.
Hwy. 101, mp 229 Hauser, led to the
arrest of a passenger. According to an
OSP report, A K9 conducted a “free air
sniff” of the vehicle and detected drugs.
A search of the vehicle resulted in the
location of suspected Heroin and Marijuana. The driver, 32-year old Michael
Alan Moe, North Bend, and the passenger, 24-year old Kyle Robert Thompson,
Bandon, were charged with PCS Heroin,
and Thompson was also arrested for
DUII
Both the driver and passenger were ar- Probation Violation.
Impounds
rested following a traffic stop at Newmark Ave. and S. Wasson St. in the Em- Impound reports from the Oregon State
pire District of Coos Bay Feb. 3, 10:55 Police. Feb. 7, 10:38 a.m., 10 th & Elrod,
p.m. According to an Oregon State Po- Coos Bay, green Honda Accord, stopped
lice report, 41-year old Anthony Murrey for traffic violations, 26-year old Candra
Ness, Coos Bay, was charged with DUII Leeann Adolphson, Coos Bay, found to
– Alcohol, Reckless Driving and Reck- be driving while suspended and uninless Endangering of Another Person. sured. Vehicle impounded. Feb. 7, 4:29
The passenger, 40-year old Dianne Ellen p.m., Hwy. 101 & Wildwood Road,
Martinez, North Bend, was arrested on a North Bend, 23-year old Cameron Gregwarrant charging Probation Violation. A ory Duncan, Reedsport, cited for No
search of the white Toyota 4Runner Operator’s License and Driving Unin“revealed that she unlawfully possessed sured. Silver/aluminum Ford Taurus
Schedule
I
controlled
substance impounded. Feb. 8, 8:36 a.m., Hwy.
methamphetamine.
Illegal fireworks 101, mp 250, silver/aluminum Pontiac
were seized for destruction.” Both were Grand stopped for traffic violations.
transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Co- Twenty-five year old Matthew Parise
quille.
Driving Uninsured. Vehicle impounded.
Feb. 9, 8:37 a.m., Hwy. 240 (Cape
Passenger arrested
A black Honda Civic stopped for an Arago Hwy.), mp 9, Charleston, 54-year
equipment violation Feb. 6, 6:42 a.m., old Samuel Allen Benson, North Bend,
stopped in a green Ford Explorer for
traffic violations. Cited for DWS and
warned for Failure to Return Suspended
License and Presenting Invalid License.
Vehicle impounded.
Impounds
Vehicles impounded by Troopers for the
Oregon State Police Feb. 13 - 11:15
a.m., Hwy. 240 & Marion Ave., North
Bend, white Chevrolet MET stopped for
speed violation. Twenty-three year old
Brittany Nicole Carson, Coos Bay,
found to be Driving While Suspended
and Driving Uninsured. “She was issued several violation citations and a
criminal citation for Failure to Carry
Operator’s License.
Vehicle impounded.” Feb. 14 – red Toyota pickup
truck stopped for equipment violation on
Hwy. 240, mp 2.2 eastbound, North
Bend. Fifty-one year old Thomas Lee
Parnell, Coos Bay, “found to be driving
uninsured. Vehicle impounded.” 12:58
p.m., Hwy. 101, mp 239, southbound,
Coos Bay, 64-year old Donald Paul
Lane, Coos Bay, “stopped for fail to
wear seatbelt, found to be driving while
suspended and uninsured. He was issued several violation citations and a
criminal citation for Fail to Carry Operator’s Licnese.” Red Isuzu UNS impounded. Feb. 15 – 6:52 a.m., Hwy.
101, mp 239 northbound Coos Bay, 53year old Lieren R. Cavanaugh, Coos
Bay, “stopped for traffic violation, found
Arson in Charleston
News release from the Coos Co. Sheriff's Office. On February 22,
2015, at about 9:00 AM, Coos County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to 63301 Boat Basin Road Coos Bay, Seaport RV Park, for
a report of a female who had lit one of the dumpster there on fire.
Upon arrival the fire was extinguished by a resident of the RV Park.
Sheriff’s Deputies spoke with several witnesses that identified the
suspect as Jennifer Stenton, 40 years old of Coos Bay. Deputies
located Stenton and placed her into custody for Arson in the First
Degree and transported her to the Coos County Jail, where she was
booked and lodged.
Bay Area Police Gazette March 2015, page 4
to be driving uninsured.. She was issued
a criminal citation for Giving False Information Regarding Liability Insurance.” Green Subaru LEG impounded.
Feb. 16 – 9:11 a.m., Hwy. 42, mp 11,
green Saturn SL “stopped for a violation
was towed to impound after an investigation revealed the operator was uninsured and no ops.” Twenty-nine year
old Jeffrey Michael Nagro, Sun City,
OR, cited. 10:35 a.m., a blue Ford Aero
“stopped for violations was towed and
impounded when an investigation revealed that the operator was driving uninsured and driving while suspended.”
Fifty-nine year old Vladislav Surma,
Coos Bay, owner. 11:47 a.m., black
Toyota SWD “stopped for equipment
violations was towed to impounded
when an investigation revealed that the
operator was driving outside restrictions
(no ops) and driving uninsured.”
Twenty-two year old Sidney Wilbur,
North Bend, cited. Feb. 18 – 7:38 a.m.,
a silver/aluminum Ford Ranger was
“stopped for expired tags and was towed
and impounded,” when it was discovered that 47-year old Thomas Gene
Ross, Coos Bay, was driving while suspended and uninsured. 11:09 p.m.,
Hwy. 101 & Ingersoll, Coos Bay, pewter
Honda Accord “stopped a vehicle for a
violation.” Thirty-nine year old Aaron
Damion McKinley, Coos Bay, “had a
suspended driver license.” The vehicle
was impounded.
DUII
101, mp 206 southbound, north of Gardiner. According to an OSP report, “the
driver of a southbound Acura Integra left
the shoulder of the southbound lane
leaving the vehicle balancing on the
edge of a steep embankment.” Thirtysix year old Maura Helena Olsson
“showed signs and symptoms of impairment.” She failed a Field Sobriety Test
and was transported to Reedsport PD for
a breath sample. She was issued criminal citations for DUII, Reckless Driving
and two-counts of Reckless Endangerment. There were two boys in the vehicle, ages 8 & 10. “She was held in the
Reedsport Jail until her spouse arrived to
pick her and their sons.”
A Dallas, OR woman was arrested and Burglary to Park Booth
charged with DUII following a single- The Ranger’s Booth at Tugman State
vehicle non-injury accident on Hwy. Park, north of Lakeside, was broken
into. According to an OSP report, “I
was dispatched to a theft that occurred
sometime the previous night at the
Ranger’s booth at Tugman State Park.
The suspect made entry by prying open a
window, and stole a safe and approximately $100 in change, as well opened
someone’s mail. The suspect left behind
a large knife, which had initials ‘M.W.”
USCG Medevac
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter from Air
Station North Bend hoisted a 36-year old
male from a commercial fishing vessel
off of Cape Blanco in Curry Co. Monday, Feb. 16. The man was suffering
from chest pains when the skipper of the
“Bess Chet” radioed for help. He was
transported to Bay Area Hospital in
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Coos Bay
500 Central Ave.
Coos Bay, OR 97420
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North Bend
835 California Ave.
North Bend, OR. 97459
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Coquille
851 No. Central Blvd.
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Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation
into Wednesday morning's, Feb. 18, fatal traffic crash on West Oak
Road in the city of Westfir near Oakridge. Preliminary investigations
indicates that at approximately 7:55 a.m., a grey Honda Accord, operated by JERRY L. LOSSING, 66, of Oakridge, was traveling eastbound on West Oak Road when it failed to negotiate a curve and
went into the oncoming lane of travel. The Accord collided head-on
with a silver, 2008 Toyota Rav-4, operated by KATHLEEN S.
CAMERER, 68, of Oakridge, which was westbound. LOSSING was
pronounced deceased by medics shortly thereafter. CAMERER was
transported via ground ambulance to a Eugene area hospital with
injury. Preliminary information indicates LOSSING was not using his
safety belt. According to the Oregon Department of Transportation
(ODOT), a statewide observation survey in June 2014 found 98%
percent of Oregon's motoring public routinely using safety belts.
However, ODOT crash data reveals a belt use rate of only 62%
among those killed in crashes last year. This February, OSP is participating in ODOT's 'Click it or Ticket' campaign along with sheriffs
and local police to increase proper safety belt and child car seat use
during a statewide traffic enforcement "blitz" from FEBRUARY 9, to
FEBRUARY 22, and reminds all drivers to take the time to buckle up.
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Coquille, OR 97423
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Fugitive arrested in
Curry Co.
A fugitive wanted in South Carolina was
arrested Friday, Feb. 13, in Curry Co.
Harlan Donnell Melton was wanted on
multiple charges including allegedly
sexually abusing two minors and kidnapping a 14-year old girl. He was described as armed and extremely dangerous by law enforcement. Melton was
located riding a bicycle on Hwy. 101
near Dear Park Lane north of Brookings.
He was carrying a loaded firearm, and
transported to the Curry Co. Jail at Gold
Beach.
Bartering
Prescription Drugs in
Jail
News release from the Lincoln Co. Sheriff's Office. On February 2, 2015 deputies in the Lincoln County Jail discovered inmates trading prescription medications. During a cell inspection, Deputy Ben Cloud discovered prescription
medication hidden in an inmate’s jail
issued property. Upon further investigation, deputies discovered that Inmate
Ricky Eugene Pharr, age 59, was concealing medication that was issued to
him by medical staff, inside his mouth.
Once Pharr had recovered the issued
medication, he was trading it to Daniel
Felix Garcia-Mendoza, age 22, another
inmate in the Lincoln County Jail. The
investigation revealed that Pharr was
trading two separate prescription medications to Garcia-Mendoza in exchange
for coffee. Both inmates, Pharr and Garcia-Mendoza were charged criminally
for 3 counts of Unlawful Barter of Prescription Drugs, a class A misdemeanor.
Both subjects remain in custody on these
charges as well as already pending
charges.
House Fire in
Coos Bay
Shortly after 2:00 a.m., Tuesday morning, Jan. 27, the Coos Bay Fire Department was called to the report of a house
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fire at 1186 Washington Avenue. On
arrival, firefighters found heavy smoke
in this Englewood area home. A heavy
build-up of creosote within the chimney
had ignited, and the heat spread fire to
the wooden structure around the chimney. Chimney or flue fires are common
this time of year – particularly in longer
chimneys that aren’t regularly maintained or when burning green wood with
the air damper closed. The damage to
the home owned by Wayne Thompson is
estimated to exceed $30,000. If you
need additional information about this
incident, please contact Battalion Chief
Dan Crutchfield or Fire Chief Mark
Anderson at 541-269-1191.
Resisting Arrest, ORS 163.208 - Assault
on a Public Safety Officer, and ORS
162.375 - Initiating a False Report, and
was held on $42,500 bail.
Coast Guard, local fire
department
rescue man near
Yaquina Bay
Coast Guard crews assisted local agencies in rescuing a man with a reported
back injury from South Jetty in Yaquina
Bay, Thursday, Jan. 29. An MH-65
Dolphin helicopter crew, from Coast
Guard Air Facility Newport, assisted in
rescuing a 50-year-old man by hoisting
him from the jetty and transferring him
to Lincoln County Fire Department personnel in a nearby parking lot. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector North
Bend received a call around 4:15 p.m.
from Lincoln County Fire Dispatch operators requesting assistance in evacuating a man who had reportedly fallen and
suffered a spinal injury. A 25-foot Response Boat-Small crew launched
around 4:17 p.m. from Coast Guard Station Yaquina Bay, arrived on scene 15
minutes later and assessed the situation.
The Dolphin crew arrived on scene
Resisting Arrest
News release from the Coos Co. Sheriff's Office: On January 23, 2015, at
approximately 1944 hours, Coos County
Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to the Old General Store, located at 91133 Cape Arago Highway, in
the Charleston area of Coos Bay, Coos
County, OR, for a female customer who
was threatening the employees and refusing to leave the property. A Deputy
arrived on scene at around 1950 hours,
and spoke with the reporting party, who
said the female subject had left in a
southbound direction on Cape Arago
Highway. The Deputy contacted the
female subject, later identified as 29year-old Sweet Melody Wright of Los
Angeles, CA, on Cape Arago Highway,
in between Walker Road and Coos Head
Road. While the Deputy was affecting
arrest, Ms. Wright resisted arrest, but
she was ultimately detained. The female
subject was transported to Bay Area
Hospital to be treated for pain and possible mental instability. After being released, Ms. Wright was transported to
the Coos County Jail without incident,
where she was booked for ORS 166.025
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Public Indecency Charge
A visiting Spanish instructor at Willamette University was arrested
by Salem Police Detectives on February 11 and charged with Public
Indecency. The instructor, 33-year old Antonio Martin-Ledesma, is
from Seville, Spain, but has been instructing Spanish classes at
Willamette University for the past two years. The charges stem
from three incidents during November and December of 2014 when
Martin-Ledesma was observed by faculty and students exposing
himself and touching his genitals in a sexual manner in the library
on the Willamette campus. As a result he was taken into custody
and charged with three counts of Public Indecency. Salem Police
Detectives are continuing the investigation to determine if other
incidents occurred that may have been witnessed.
Bay Area Police Gazette March 2015, page 6
around 5:24 p.m., hoisted the man from
the jetty and safely delivered him to the
ambulance in the parking lot after a
landing space had been sectioned off by
the boat crew. "Working together we
were able to quickly determine the best
course of action," said Petty Officer 1st
Class Frank Benetka, duty personnel at
Station Yaquina River. "Cases like this
highlight the great relationships we have
in working with local responders to ensure the safety of those in need." The
man was transported from the parking
lot by ambulance to the Newport Hospital.
gering linemen and residents and costing
money in repairs. Pacific Power and
CCEC are offering a cash reward of
$5,000 for information leading to the
arrest, prosecution and conviction of the
perpetrators. Since July 2014, Pacific
Power has experienced 15 wire theft
incidents in Coos County. The criminal
activity increased toward the end of the
year, prompting the increased focus and
cash reward offer. These thefts have
occurred primarily in rural areas of the
county and generally take place at night.
No power outages have occurred due to
the crimes because the thieves only took
the neutral wires, not the energized ones.
Cash Reward
"These thefts create an unnecessary
offered to Stem
safety and financial burden on our customers and we are taking aggressive
Utility Metal Thefts
Thieves stealing wire from power poles action to stop it," said Doug Butler, vice
in Coos County are increasingly endan- president of operations for Pacific
Power. "One of the best ways to stop it
Suspicious Device found at Accident Scene
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are investigating a head-on
crash on highway 97 near milepost 123, in Redmond. Preliminary
information indicates that shortly before 3:30 p.m., on Wednesday,
February 11, a silver Dodge 2500 pickup, driven by TROY J.
SCHAFFNER, 27, of Redmond, was northbound on highway 97 when
for undetermined reasons it crossed the center median and into the
right-hand lane of southbound traffic. The Dodge collided head-on
with a 2002 Freightliner semi-truck and trailer, driven by GABRIEL
PEREZ, 44, of Imperial CA. SCHAFFNER was transported via ground
ambulance to St. Charles Medical Center in Bend and PEREZ was
not injured. Both drivers were using safety restraints and the airbags in the Dodge deployed. First responders to the scene discovered suspicious items in the Dodge similar to improvised explosive
devices. OSP Bomb Technicians were called in to collect the devices and secure the scene. Traffic was delayed for about 2.5 hours
during the event. The highway was closed for 5-10 minutes while
technicians secured the devices in a trailer designed to contain explosives. The cause of the crash is currently under investigation
and follow-up on the suspicious devices also. Additional information will be released when it becomes available.
is to reach out to those who are affected
most - our neighbors on the south coast."
"We are seeing more and more of this
type of damage to our system and it
greatly concerns us," said Roger
Meader, CEO and general manager of
CCEC. "Repairs put additional cost pressure on both utilities at a time when everything possible is being done to minimize cost increases to electric consumers. Damaging the electric system puts
crews at risk as they go about their work
on the local power grid and the thieves
themselves are in mortal danger when
they perform these criminal acts." The
cost to repair or replace the damage over
the last two years is more than $200,000
on Pacific Power's Coos County system
alone. "Rewards work," said Butler.
"Last year, we paid out two $3,000 rewards and now two metal thieves in the
Yakima, Washington area are behind
bars, convicted of causing thousands of
dollars in damages. We can have the
same kind of success here. If you see
something or know someone is up to no
good, go to the police. The system is
confidential, anonymous, and it works."
Working with law enforcement officials
and local scrap dealers, the two utilities
ask the public to report any incidents
where they see individuals loitering near
service yards, climbing poles or carrying
coiled wire when there are no Pacific
Power or CCEC vehicles in the vicinity.
Except during local power outages, Pacific Power and CCEC crews usually
will not be working at night. Pacific
Power and CCEC crews use companymarked vehicles, wear company gear
and surround any work vehicles with
orange safety cones. Anyone working on
power lines or facilities and not clearly
identified as a member of Pacific Power
or CCEC crew should be considered
suspicious. If residents see any suspicious activity around power poles, do
not confront these individuals, but dial 9
-1-1. If anyone has knowledge of past
thefts, please call: Coos County Sheriff's Office 541-396-7830; Oregon State
Police Southern Command Dispatch
Center 800-442-2068; Coos Bay Police
Department 541-269-8911; North Bend
Police Department 541-756-8500. Tips
can also be sent by email to: [email protected] Tips should include
specific details including the type of
case and information related to the
criminal investigation. Even though tips
may be received anonymously, those
providing tips are encouraged to give
contact information for follow-up by the
investigator(s), if needed.
Robbery Suspects
Arrested
An Oregon State Police (OSP) trooper
received an anonymous tip that one of
two suspects involved in a September
19, 2014, robbery of an AM/PM MiniMart in Eagle Point was in the Florence
area. Earlier this week the trooper was
able to determine the name and location
of one of the suspects, identified as
GAGE S. MILLER, 21 of Florence, who
was already in custody on other unrelated charges in the Florence Police Department Jail. During the interview of
the suspect additional information was
developed which led investigators to
determine the identity and location of
the second suspect. The second suspect,
identified as TIMOTHY D. RAYBOULD, 22, of Florence, was located
and stopped leaving a Florence area residence on February 6. Both RAYBOULD
and MILLER were arrested and transported to the Jackson County Jail pending charges for Robbery in the first degree and Robbery in the second degree.
Preliminary information indicates the
'hoods' worn by the robbers were actually camouflage boxer-brief style underwear.
Unlicensed Guide
Outfitter
Troopers from the Oregon State Police
(OSP) Fish & Wildlife Division assigned to the Newport Area Command
investigated a complaint of unlawful
guiding/outfitting in the Alsea Valley
area. In February of 2014, troopers initiated an investigation into allegations that
CHRIS COTTER, 30, of Tidewater OR,
had been performing unlicensed guide/
outfitter services under the business
name 'Alsea Valley Outfitters'. Investigation revealed COTTER provided
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guide/outfitting services in May of 2014
on a spring bear hunt, without the proper
licensure. Shortly thereafter, COTTER
was cited and released for Guiding
Without a License. On January 20,
2015, COTTER pled guilty to One (1)
count of Guiding Without a License. He
was sentenced to 40 hours of Community Service, 24 months of bench probation, No hunting/fishing for probation
term (24 months),may not act as a guide
or outfitter during probation term (24
months), may not possess firearms or
dangerous weapons, and was assessed a
$250 fine with $700 restitution to Oregon State Police for costs. Oregon State
Police troopers in the Fish & Wildlife
division investigate violations of Oregon's Guide and Outfitter laws with a
focus on offenders who engage in the
unlawful commercialization of fish and
wildlife resources. The Fish & Wildlife
Division works with the Oregon Hunters
Association Turn-in-Poachers (TIP) program where callers who report wildlife
crimes to police may be eligible for a
reward if the information leads to the
apprehension and conviction of wildlife
offenders. Anyone with information
about wildlife offenses is asked to call
(800) 452-7888; and additional information may be found at http://
www.oregon.gov/OSP/FW/Pages/
fwtip.aspx
ported to Salem Hospital with poten- husband, 53 year old, William David Boyer Jr, had placed a pillow over her
tially life threatening injuries both from
the crash as well as being in the water.
There are no updates currently on his
medical condition. The driver of the van
remained at the scene and cooperated
with the investigation. No citations have
been issued thus far, and the investigation is continuing.
Told to Leave
News release from the Coos Co. Sheriff's Office. On February 3, 2015, at
about 2:42 PM Coos County Sheriff’s
Deputies responded for the 3rd time to
2008 N Fir St in Coquille for a report of
a female trespassing and possibly stealing mail. The Sheriff’s Deputies contacted Angela Dee Koogler, 60 years old
of Coos Bay, inside a shop at that residence. Deputies had been out earlier in
the day with Ms. Koogler regarding a
similar complaint as had the Coquille
Police Department. The property is
owned by 85 year old Neil Haga of Coquille. Through this investigation, deputies learned that Ms. Koogler had entered and remained in the horse barn on
the property and refused to leave after
being told to leave numerous times.
Inside the barn deputies found a barrel of
horse feed Ms. Koogler had poured water on, rendering it useless. Deputies
also located where Ms. Koogler had
relieved herself and left used toilet paper
Motorcyclist thrown
in the arena side of the barn. Angela
Koogler was arrested and transported to
into River
The investigation into Monday's crash the Coos County Jail, where she was
that left a motorcycle rider over the edge booked and lodged for the above
of the Marion Street Bridge and into the charges.
Assault
Willamette River below is continuing.
Thus far, it appears as though the motor- News release from the Coos Co. Shercycle rider, 73-year old William Cham- iff's Office. On 2/4/15 at about 1030
berland Jr of Salem, was riding his 2012 hours Coos County Sheriffs Deputies
Victory motorcycle westbound on the responded to a report of disturbance at
Marion Street Bridge and was attempt- 63132 Millington Frontage Road, Coos
ing to change lanes from the right lane to Bay, and Coos County, Oregon. It was
the left lanes. As he was changing lanes, reported that a female had threatened to
he collided with a van being driven by stab her boyfriend with a butter knife.
55-year old Virgil Lee Evans III of Sa- As a result of the investigation, 27 year
lem. Chamberland was being followed old Shawn Kellum was arrested for Asby his wife at the time of the incident, sault IV domestic. Mr. Kellum was
and she watched as he lost control of his transported to the Coos County Jail
motorcycle, struck the barrier on the where he was released into the Jail Staffs
south side of the bridge and was thrown custody. Ms. Mansfield did not need
over the south side of the bridge into the medical treatment at the scene.
Willamette River below. 42-year old
Menacing &
Matt Barnhart of Salem and his girlHarassment
friend had just launched their boat at
News
release
from the Coos Co. SherWallace Marine Park and were alerted to
the fact that there was a victim in the iff's Office. On February 4, 2015, at
water. Barnhart immediately responded about 1221 hours, Coos County Sheriff’s
in his boat and provided first aid to Deputies were dispatched to 92152 Cape
Chamberland until a Salem Fire Depart- Arago Highway, Space 413 in Coos Bay
ment rescue boat could arrive and help for a reported dispute. Upon arrival
get Chamberland out of the water and to Deputies contacted Shawn Boyer, 44
Salem Hospital. Chamberland was trans- years old of Coos Bay, who reported her
Poachers Arrested
Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish and Wildlife Troopers in Deschutes
and Klamath Counties arrest La Pine man and others relating to
Mule Deer Poaching. In Mid-December 2014, Senior Troopers
Hayes and Bean received information that GENE A. PARSONS, 37,
of La Pine, had been involved in the illegal killing of a large number
of mature trophy class mule deer bucks during the fall of 2014. Sr.
Troopers Hayes and Bean initiated an investigation, gathering information and evidence over the next several weeks. On January
17, 2015, a search warrant was executed at PARSONS' home in La
Pine. During the service of the warrant, numerous large mule deer
antlers, deer meat, firearms, and controlled substances were
seized. PARSONS was arrested and lodged in the Deschutes
County Jail for Unlawful Take/Possession of Mule Deer with additional charges pending. Additional information developed during
the search warrant led troopers to identify another suspect, LANCE
COURNOYER, 44, of Grants Pass. Further investigation into COURNOYERS' conduct resulted in charges for Felon in Possession of a
Firearm, two counts of Unlawful Take of Mule Deer, and waste of
Game Mammal. PARSONS' parents, OLIVER PARSONS, 64, and
SUZAN PARSONS, 58, of La Pine, were found in possession of 6
sets of large mule deer antlers and deer meat and were cited and
released for the crimes of Aiding in a Game Violation, Illegal Possession of Mule Deer, and Tampering with Evidence. The investigation is on-going and additional charges are pending. Anyone with
information concerning this case is asked to contact Senior
Trooper James Hayes at 541-419-1653. The OSP Fish and Wildlife
Division wants to remind folks about the Oregon Hunters Association Turn-in-Poachers (TIP) program where callers who report wildlife crimes to police may be eligible for a reward if the information
leads to the apprehension and conviction of wildlife offenders.
Anyone with information about wildlife offenses is asked to call
(800) 452-7888; and additional information may be found at http://
www.oregon.gov/OSP/FW/Pages/fwtip.aspx
Bay Area Police Gazette March 2015, page 8
face and also physically restrained her to
a bed. Deputies arrested William Boyer
for Menacing and Harassment, both constituting domestic violence. William
Boyer was transported to the Coos
County Jail, where he was booked and
lodged for the above listed charges.
Woman Sentenced for
Sex with a Minor
A 37-year old Toledo woman was sentenced to 30 months in a state prison
following her conviction for having sex
with an underage male. Stephanie M.
Kroker pled guilty to Sodomy in the
Third Degree, Sex Abuse in the Second
Degree, Luring a Minor and Rape in the
Third Degree. She originally faced more
than 20 Sex Abuse and Rape counts.
Central Coast Male &
Female arrested
A male from Waldport and a female
from Depoe Bay have been indicted by a
Lincoln Co. Grand Jury on multiple felony charges involving the theft of more
than $11,000 worth of electronics and
other items. Sylvia Jean Wilkinson and
Jack Edward Sigler were indicted on
Jan. 29.
Eluder Found
Deceased
On December 19, 2014, at approximately 7:11 pm, Troopers from the
Klamath Falls Patrol office attempted to
stop an orange Ford Expedition for a
traffic violation on Highway 66 in
Klamath. The driver who was later identified as Christopher Sellars, age 32, of
Klamath Falls, attempted to elude troopers while traveling westbound on Highway 66 towards Ashland. During the
pursuit a large gas can was lit on fire and
thrown towards an OSP patrol vehicle.
Sellars continued to elude troopers for
approximately 39 miles before the vehicle came to a stop and two of the three
occupants fled on foot, near milepost 18,
on Highway 66. The right rear passenger, Levi Cortez, age 25, did not flee and
was taken into custody. The following
day, the right front passenger, William
Anthony Noble, age 25, was taken into
custody near where the vehicle came to a
stop. On January 30, 2015, a Southern
Oregon University professor and students on a field trip found a deceased
male approximately 1 mile south of
Highway 66, in a forested area. A Jackson County Deputy Medical Examiner
and an OSP detective responded to the
scene and identified the deceased male
as Christopher Sellars. The cause of
death is pending the results of an autopsy from the State Medical Examiner’s office. For information, call Parks
Information at 800-551-6949 or The
Cove Palisades State Park at 541-5463412 or visit oregonstateparks.org. Information will also be posted on the
Cove Palisades blog, The Cove Rattler,
at covepalisades.wordpress.com.
and provide information, ultimately fire
safety is a personal responsibility,"
Walker added. Of all fire fatalities,
males were more than twice as likely to
be a victim as females (35 male deaths
vs. 15 female deaths). Adults 50 and
older accounted for more than half (28)
of total fatalities. Six of the fatalities
were under the age of 18. Residents are
encouraged to: * Have working smoke
alarms on every level of their home,
outside each sleeping area, and in each
bedroom. * If you smoke, smoke outside. * When cooking, watch what you
heat and stay in the kitchen when using
the stove top. * Always keep things that
can catch fire at least three feet away
from sources of heat. In addition to the
fatalities, there were 214 civilian injuries, 124 firefighter injuries, and more
than $128 million in property damage.
All data is as reported by local fire agencies as of February 17, 2015.
Aggravated Animal
Abuse
News release from the Lincoln Co. Sheriff's Office. January 14, 2015 at 9:00
AM, Lincoln County Sheriff's Animal
Services Deputies were dispatched to a
report of a 45-50 year old male punching, kicking and dragging a dog in the
street that just occurred in the area of
NW 30th Street, Lincoln City. Deputies
Josephine Co. Fatal
Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing
the investigation into Friday afternoon's
single vehicle fatal traffic crash that occurred along Interstate 5 at milepost 80
interchange near Glendale. The crash
resulted in the death of a Turner, Oregon
man. On February 13, 2015 at approximately 3:50 p.m., a 1992 Chevy pickup
driven by WEBSTER WARREN
WHITE, age 51, from Turner, was traveling northbound on Interstate 5 near
milepost 80 when his vehicle left the
freeway and rolled, ending up resting in
the middle of southbound lanes.
WHITE was ejected and pronounced
deceased at the scene by emergency responders and no information was available on whether safety restraints were
used. The crash occurred near the Josephine County line approximately one
mile into Douglas County. According to
a witness, the pickup was traveling at
fast rate of speed just prior to the crash.
Fire Fatality Stats for
Oregon
Fifty Oregonians lost their lives due to
fire-related injuries in 2014. This is the
most since the 53 fire fatalities in 2008.
Residential fires accounted for 34 of the
50 fatalities. The sixteen non-residential
fatalities occurred in incidents involving
motor homes, outdoor fires, motor vehicle accidents involving fire, and other
situations. "All fatalities are tragic,"
said State Fire Marshal Jim Walker.
"But to see this increase is disheartening.
Our agency works very hard at educating Oregonians about fire safety and
prevention intended to keep themselves
and their families safer from the threat of
fire." The top three causes of residential
fire-related fatalities were smoking,
combustibles to close to a heat source,
and cooking. "Although we can educate
Polk Co. Fatal
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation
into Sunday, Feb. 8, head-on crash on highway 22W at milepost 6.5 near Red Prairie Road in Polk County. Preliminary information indicates shortly before 4:30 p.m., a green, 1995 Plymouth Neon, was
westbound on highway 22W near Red Prairie Road overtaking another vehicle in the oncoming lane. The Neon collided head-on with
an eastbound, Gray, 2004 Chevrolet Venture. The driver of the Neon,
identified as Mr. JOSHUA DEEDS, 19, of Otis, was transported to Salem Hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the Venture, identified as Ms. ORSENE L. DAVIS, 73, of Salem, was transported via air
ambulance to Salem Hospital with serious injuries. The passenger in
the Venture, identified as Mr. CARROL L. DAVIS, 70, of Salem, was
pronounced deceased at the scene. The cause of the crash is still
under investigation and no further information is available at this
time. OSP is working with the Polk County District Attorney's office
and any further release of information will be coordinated with the
District Attorney.
Bay Area Police Gazette March 2015, page 9
immediately responded and made contact with two witnesses who reported
they saw the incident occur and where
the male took the dog. Lincoln County
Sheriff's Deputy David Martin located
51-year old Eddie Lascano at a nearby
residence who was questioned regarding
the incident. After investigation, Lascano was arrested and released on
charges of Aggravated Animal Abuse I,
a Class C Felony, with a bail amount of
$50,000.
the business, sending Giles through the
inner glass entry way. Giles was initially transported to Samaritan Pacific
Communities Hospital in Newport, and
later to Corvallis with serious injuries.
At the time of the initial report, the extent of Giles’ injuries were unknown.
Roesing was uninjured; he remained on
scene and cooperated with the investigation. At the time of the investigation,
Roesing was cited and released for
Reckless Driving and Assault 3. On
Pedestrian Dies from January 28, 2015, Giles died from injuries he sustained related to the crash.
Accident Injuries
The crash is still under investigation.
News release from the Newport PD. On Investigation results will be forwarded
January 23, 2015, at approximately to the Lincoln County District Attor10:25 a.m., Newport Police Officers ney’s Office.
investigated a traffic crash at 1010 SW
Vehicle Arson on the
Coast Highway involving a vehicle and
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a pedestrian. Newport Police Officers
began their investigation and determined News release from the Newport PD. On
Edward Louis Roesing, age 76 of Wald- January 29, 2015, at approximately
port, had been parked in his vehicle, a 12:15 a.m., Newport Police Officers
2004 Chrysler Sebring, in the parking lot responded to the 200 block of SE Bennear the front of the building. When ton Street regarding a vehicle fire. When
Roesing placed his vehicle in gear, it Officers arrived on scene, the cab and
raced across the parking lot in reverse, engine compartment of a Freightliner
ricocheted off one of the two fixed col- box-style delivery truck were fully enumns in front of the building, and gulfed in flames. Several concerned citicrashed through the glass entry way of zens had reported this information to the
the building. It was determined the vic- Dispatch center. Witnesses reported seetim, John Giles, age 83 of Waldport, had ing a subject next to the truck minutes
just walked up to the glass entry way before it caught fire. The subject was
when he was struck by Roesing’s vehi- then observed running from the scene.
cle. Roesing’s vehicle continued in re- The subject was described as a white
verse, and crashed through both the male adult, approximately 5’09”, baldouter and inner glass entry way doors to ing hair line, 20 to 30 years of age, wearing a black jacket, possibly with a white
World Pawn Exchange stripe. The Newport Fire Department
arrived on scene and extinguished the
fire, preventing any serious damage to
the adjacent building. Evidentiary clues
left at the scene indicated to arson investigators that the truck was intentionally
set on fire. The Newport Police Department is requesting help in identifying the
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Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are
continuing the investigation into a fatal
vehicle versus pedestrian crash in rural
Josephine County Monday night, Jan.
26. At approximately 8:20 P.M., troopers responded to a report of a woman in
the Grants Pass area who was run over
by a vehicle on private property. The
investigation is ongoing and limited details are available at this time. Additional
information will be provided when it
becomes available.
Update Southern
Oregon Fatal
Oregon State Police (OSP) criminal detectives are continuing the investigation
into a fatal vehicle versus pedestrian
incident in rural Josephine County,
Monday night, Jan. 26. According to
OSP Lieutenant Darrin Lux, OSP troopers responded to a residence in rural
Josephine County to investigate a report
of a woman who had been run over by a
vehicle on private property. Upon arrival, troopers discovered the woman was
deceased as a result of those injuries.
Troopers believe alcohol may be a factor
in the incident. Presently, investigators
are working with the Josephine County
District Attorney's Office to conduct the
investigation. The OSP Crime Laboratory mobile unit is headed to the scene to
assist. No arrests have been made at this
point in the investigation.
Fatal near Mt. Angel
The Oregon State Police and Marion
County Sheriff's Department are investigating the death of a woman Monday,
Jan. 26, after the vehicle she was riding
in crashed following a police pursuit.
While the incident is currently under
investigation, preliminary information
indicates that at approximately 6:06
P.M., a Mt. Angel Police Officer attempted to stop a tan, 2001 Chevrolet S10 pickup, at S. Main and May Streets in
Mt. Angel. The driver, identified as 17
year-old DRAKE D. CARSON, of Salem, failed to yield and a pursuit ensued.
The vehicle fled onto Howell Prairie
Road and crashed about 1 mile north of
Saratoga Drive. Two passengers were in
the vehicle. The front passenger, a juve-
nile male, was transported to a Salem
area Hospital for treatment with serious
injuries. The rear seat passenger, name
withheld pending next of kin notification, was pronounced deceased at the
scene. CARSON fled the scene immediately following the crash. The Oregon
State Police is actively seeking CARSON as an involved person in this incident and is asking anyone with information as to his whereabouts to contact the
OSP Northern Command Center (NCC)
at 503-375-3555.
Criminal Mischief Arrest
on Central Coast
News release from the Newport PD. On
January 15, 2015 Newport Police Officers took a report of criminal mischief to
the ATM machine located outside the
Bank of America at 10 S. Coast Highway. Although the ATM machine was
heavily damaged, the suspects were not
able to access or take any cash. The investigating Officer received digital photos from the bank security cameras. The
photos were published on the Newport
Police Department’s Facebook page,
along with an appeal to the public for
help identify the two suspects. On January 26, 2015, Newport Police Officers
received an anonymous tip leading to the
residence of Mitchell Lee Higgins, age
61 of Newport, and Judith A. Higgins,
age 64 of Newport. Officers contacted
the Higgins and positively identified
them from the security photos. Both
confessed to damaging the ATM machine in an attempt to retrieve the money
inside. The Higgens were both taken
into custody and lodged at the Lincoln
County Jail on a charge of Criminal
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detoured on Highway 228 back to I-5.
Update Mt. Angel Area Northbound traffic is detouring on Diamond Hill Road. Traffic is being
Fatality
stopped between Halsey and Harrisburg
A 17-year old Salem teenager has been due to foggy conditions. Use caution."
located and is in custody following the
Update Linn Co.
Monday, Jan. 26, vehicle death of a feFatality
male near Mt. Angel. While the incident
is currently under investigation, prelimi- Oregon State Police troopers are connary information indicates that at ap- tinuing the investigation into Monday’s,
proximately 6:06 P.M., a Mt. Angel Po- Jan. 26, fatal traffic crash on highway
lice Officer attempted to stop a tan, 2001 99E at milepost 21 in Linn County. PreChevrolet S-10 pickup, at S. Main and liminary information indicates that
May Streets in Mt. Angel. The driver, shortly after 6:00 P.M., a Silver Pontiac
identified as 17 year-old DRAKE D. Grand Am, was driving northbound in
CARSON, of Salem, failed to yield and the southbound lane on highway 99E
a pursuit ensued. The vehicle fled onto near milepost 21 when it collided headHowell Prairie Road and crashed about 1 on with a black, Mazda MZ3, which was
mile north of Saratoga Drive. Two pas- southbound. A black Ford Edge, travelsengers were in the vehicle. The front ing southbound behind the Mazda, colpassenger, a juvenile male, was trans- lided with the Pontiac in a second imported to a Salem area Hospital for treat- pact after the head-on with the Mazda.
ment with serious injuries. The rear seat The driver of the Pontiac, identified as
passenger, name withheld pending next NANCY L. CAVALO, age 66, of Halof kin notification, was pronounced de- sey, was transported to Good Samaritan
ceased at the scene. CARSON fled the Hospital in Corvallis by ground ambuscene immediately following the crash. lance where she was pronounced deceased. The driver of the Ford, identified
Fatal in Linn Co.
Oregon State Troopers are investigating as RICHARD J. OLSON, age 55, from
a fatal crash on highway 99E near mile- Junction City, was seriously injured and
post 21 in Linn County, Monday, Jan. transported to Albany Hospital then
26. The Oregon Department of Trans- transferred to Good Samaritan Hospital
portation has established a detour. in Corvallis. A pregnant female in the
www.tripcheck.com for updates. From Mazda was transported to River Bend
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1 mile South of Halsey, Closure with treated and released. The investigation
Detour, Crash/Hazard. Lanes Affected: is ongoing and the reason why the
(Northbound) 1 Lane (Southbound) 1 Pontiac was not in its lane is undeter-
mined. Troopers believe limited visibil- for his arrest was served when an OSP
ity due to darkness and foggy conditions trooper located him and arrested him
may have played a factor in this crash.
without incident. Gray was lodged in the
Klamath County Jail on the warrant.
OSP Seeks Public's
Help
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are
asking for the public’s help locating the
driver of a semi-truck they believe may
have been rear ended on I-5 shortly before 1:00 A.M., near milepost 253, in the
Salem area. Preliminary information
indicates that a silver Lexus passenger
car was traveling southbound on I-5 near
milepost 253 which was an active construction zone during this time. The
driver of the Lexus, name withheld
pending next of kin notification, died at
the scene. Troopers believe the Lexus
may have rear-ended a semi-truck which
may not have known it was struck and
not stopped. They are asking anyone
with information on this incident or who
may have seen the crash to contact the
lead investigator, Trooper Eli Breen, at
the Northern Command Center at 503375-3555.
Indicted on
Manslaughter Charges
On January 26, 2015, a Klamath County
Grand Jury indicted Guage Lee Gray,
age 22, on charges related to the fatal
crash at South Side Bypass and
Washburn Way on December 28, 2014.
Gray was charged with two counts of
Manslaughter in the First Degree, Two
counts of Manslaughter in the Second
Degree and Driving Under the Influence
of Intoxicants (DUII). A warrant issued
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Oregon State Police (OSP) criminal detectives are continuing the investigation
into a fatal vehicle versus pedestrian
incident in Josephine County. According to OSP Lieutenant Darin Lux, OSP
troopers responded to 1503 Three Pines
Rd, in Grants Pass (Hugo) in Josephine
County to investigate a report of a
woman who had been run over by a vehicle on private property. Upon arrival,
troopers discovered the woman, identified as CHERYLE A. ANDERSON, 52,
of Grants Pass, deceased as a result of
her injuries. The driver of the truck,
identified as RICHARD R. ROHAN, 71,
of Grants Pass is reportedly cooperating
with investigators. Preliminary information from investigators indicates ROHAN backed over ANDERSON. Troopers believe alcohol may be a factor in the
incident.
Douglas Co. Fatal
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are
continuing the investigation into Thursday's, Jan. 29, fatal traffic crash on I-5
near milepost 110 in Douglas County near Roseburg. Preliminary information
indicates that at approximately 4:45
P.M, a black Ford Focus operated by
JONATHAN W. GRAHAM, 58, of
Myrtle Creek, was northbound on I-5
near milepost 110. The Focus drifted
into a the traffic barrier and crashed sustaining heavy front and side damage.
GRAHAM was transported to Mercy
Medical Center and later to River Bend
Hospital in Springfield where he died
from his injuries. The freeway remained
open during the investigation.
Lane Co. Fatal
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are
continuing the investigation into Thursday morning's three-vehicle, double fatality crash on HWY 99W near Milliron
(pronounced Mill Iron) road near Junction City in Lane County. Preliminary
investigation indicates that shortly before 7:00 A.M., on January 29, a red,
1991 Ford Explorer, driven by JACOB
W. HARPER LEONARD, age 29, of
Junction City, was northbound on HWY
99W near Milliron Road in Lane
County, when for unknown reasons he
crossed over the center median and into
the southbound lanes of travel. The Explorer collided head-on with a
southbound maroon Honda CR-V, operated by DANIELLE M. ROBERTS, 25,
of Springfield. The CR-V was then
Bay Area Police Gazette March 2015, page 11
struck by a loaded 2010 Kenworth log
truck driven by SCOTT L. WOOD, age
55, of Veneta. The driver of the Explorer, HARPER LEONARD, was critically injured during the crash and transported via ambulance to River Bend
Hospital in Springfield. His passenger,
identified as BRANDON J. FOSTER,
25, of Junction City, was pronounced
deceased at the scene. The driver of the
CR-V, ROBERTS, was pronounced deceased at the scene also. The driver of
the log-truck, WOOD, was not injured
during the crash and is cooperating with
investigators.
Arago Hwy., Coos Bay, “Assault, Domestic.” 10:58 a.m., Flanagan Road,
Coos Bay, “Sexual Abuse I.” 1:51 p.m.,
1100 block So. 5th St., “Animal Neglect.” 2:43 p.m., Pansy Road, Coos
Bay, “Animal Neglect.” 3:08 p.m., Cougar Road, Coquille, “Child Abuse.”
4:15 p.m., Shinglehouse Road, Coos
Bay, “Burglary.” 5:03 p.m., 200 E. 2 nd
St., Coos Co. Jail, Coquille, “Use of
Force.” 5:32 p.m., Hwy. 101, Coos Bay,
“Explosion.”
For more information:
Coos County Sheriff's Office, 250 N.
Baxter, Coquille, Oregon 97423, 541396-7800, 541-396-7801. Closed for
Lunch from 11:30a - 12:30p. Sheriff's
Probation Violation
According to an entry on the North Bend Office Records 541-396-7802.
Burglary
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 1, 4:07 p.m.,
1200 block Virginia Ave., 20-year old According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Donald E. Bignell, Coos Bay, arrested Police log for Sunday, Feb. 1, 2:06 p.m.,
on charge of Probation Violation and 1100 block Newmark Ave., 82-year old
transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Co- male reported “burglary.”
quille.
Warrant
Burglary
According to an entry on Coos Bay Police log for Monday, Feb. 2, 1:38 a.m.,
330 Student Way, St. George, SWOCC,
19-year old female reported “burglary.”
Criminal Trespass
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 1, 2051
Newmark Ave., Walmart, “criminal trespass/possible shoplift,” 27-year old
Joshua Beebe charged with Theft III,
Criminal Trespass I, also Theft I and
Criminal Trespass I. And, 27-year old
Chad Peters charged with Theft III and
Probation Detainer. Transported to the
Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Coos Co. Sheriff’s log
Some of the entries on the Coos Co.
Sheriff’s log for Monday, Feb. 2. 2:22
a.m., Cape Arago Hwy., Coos Bay,
“Fire.” 5:27 a.m., Wallace Road, Coos
Bay, “Assault II.” 6:08 a.m., Cape
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97423, 541-396-7800, 541-396-7801.
Warrant
Closed for Lunch from 11:30a - 12:30p. According to an entry on the North Bend
Sheriff's Office Records 541-396-7802. Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1:31
Shoplift
a.m., Sherman & O’Connell, 26-year old
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Dave Lynard O’Dell McGraw, ReedsPolice log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 3:49 port, served CCSO warrant charging
a.m., 2051 Newmark Ave., Walmart, 34- Probation Violation on original traffic
year old Jesse Spinella charged with offence, Elude and PCS Meth. Charge
Theft II and DWS Violation. “Released of PCS will be referred to the DA,
on citation.”
“syringe with residue seized.” Driver
warned for Failure to Obey Traffic ConDryer Fire
According to an entry on the Coquille trol Device, “subject transported to the
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2:55 Coos Co. Jail,” at Coquille.
a.m., 451 S. Cedar Point Road, Roseburg Forest Products, “dryer fire,”
CQFD and CQA ambulance dispatched.
There was also an early report from the
same location, but at 10:17 pm., “report
fire in Dryer 1.”
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coquille
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 3, 5:09
p.m., 900 block E. 5th St., 34-year old
Michael Johnson arrested on CQPD
warrant charging Unlawful Possession
of Meth and Endangering Welfare of a
Minor. Also, Klamath Co. warrant
charging Failure to Appear on Possession of Stolen Property, and arrested on
charge of Theft I.
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 8:45
p.m., 700 block Lewis St., “unknown
dispute at location,” 44-year old Suzanne Dollarhyde warned for Disorderly
Conduct, and 39-year old Jason H. L.
Brown, Coos Bay, arrested on CBPD
warrant charging Failure to Appear on
Contempt of Court charge, transported
to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Monday, Feb. 2, 11:10
Hello
a.m., Salem PD served NBPD warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
on 21-year old Maria Coria, Salem,
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 11:24
charging Failure to Appear on original
p.m., 1100 block S. Broadway St., 64citation of Failure to Appear on Citation,
year old male reported “subject with
also Failure to Appear on original
pants down.”
charges of Criminal Trespass II and
Burglary
Probation Violation
Theft III, and Failure to Appear in the
According
to
an
entry
on
the
Coos
Bay
According
to an entry on the Coos Bay
Second Degree.
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 3, 4:46 Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 9:31
Burglaries at SWOCC p.m., 100 block S. Cammann, 23-year p.m., 3200 block Ocean Blvd., 28-year
Student Housing
old female reported “burglary.”
old Blake Paul Topping charged with
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Probation Violation and transported to
Probation Violation
Police log for Monday, Feb. 2, 8:08 According to an entry on the Coos Bay the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
p.m., 200 block Student Way, SWOCC, Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2:47
Warrant
“burglary to dorm room.” This is the p.m., Schoneman & Salmon, 32-year old According to an entry on the Coos Bay
second reported burglary in the Student Desirea Kay Chapman charged with Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 8:49
Housing. Also on Feb. 2, but at 1:38 Probation Violation and transported to p.m., “located wanted subject,” 39-year
a.m., 19-year old female victim, 300 the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
old Jason Henry Lee Brown arrested by
block Student Way, St. George, reported
NBPD on CBPD warrant charging FailOut of a Beer Truck
“burglary.”
According to an entry on the Coos Bay ure to Appear on original charge of ConWarrant
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 3, 12:45 tempt of Court. Transported to the Coos
According to an entry on the Coos Bay p.m., 200 block N. Broadway, “theft of Co. Jail at Coquille.
Police log for Monday, Feb. 2, 3 p.m., case of beer,” 24-year old William EmWanted
“P&P arrested subject on CBPD war- ery “in custody for Probation Violation, According to an entry on the Coos Bay
rant,” 30-year old Lorin Paul Langley cited for Theft III.”
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1:25
arrested on charges of Felon in Possession of a Restricted Weapon and Carrying a Concealed Weapon. Transported
to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
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Some of the entries on the Coos Co.
Sheriff’s log for Tuesday, Feb. 3. 8:14
a.m., Hwy. 42, Coos Bay, “Child
Abuse.” 8:44 a.m., Catching Creek
Lane, Myrtle Pt., “Child Abuse.” 2:24
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p.m., “located wanted subject,” 47-year
old Kelly Brown-Bottino arrested on
Marion Co. warrant charging Theft III.
Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Wanted
According to an entry on the Coquille
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 12:42
p.m., Hwy. 42 & Harris, “possible location of wanted subject,” 35-year old Michael Walton arrested on CCSO warrant
charging Theft III and cited for PCS
Less than an Oz. Marijuana. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Criminal Trespass
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 5, 1:09
a.m., 3201 Tremont Ave., Mill Casino,
“male at location previous trespassed,”
31-year old Adam N. Brunner, North
Bend, cited in lieu of custody for Criminal Trespass II.
Warrant
year old reported “fight at location.”
10:03 p.m., 700 block So. 2nd St.,
“transients fighting across from Cash &
Carry.” At 7:45 p.m., 600 block N.
Morrison St., 25-year old male reported
“man and woman fighting at location.”
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 5, 250 N.
Baxter St., Coos Co. Sheriff’s Office,
Coquille, “CCSO serving warrants on”
23-year old Amanda McCarty charging
Failure to Appear on original charge of
ID Theft, Theft I and Credit Card Fraud;
Failure to Appear on original charge of
Failure to Appear I; Failure to Appear I;
Probation Violation on original charge
of Possession Meth; Probation Violation on original charge of Failure to Appear I and Unlawful Possession of Heroin.
Probation Violation
According to an entry on the Coquille
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 5, 1:25
p.m., 600 block E. 8th St., “assist to Probation,” 30-year old Nicholas Sucec
arrested on charge of Probation Violation and transported to the Coos Co. Jail
at Coquille.
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 5, 10:52
a.m., Union & California, “warrant service,” 38-year old Billy F. Zeigler,
North Bend, charged with Failure to
Appear on Theft I; Failure to Appear on
Criminal Trespass
Theft II; Failure to Appear I. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Friday, Feb. 6, 8:41 a.m.,
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend 3201 Tremont Ave., Mill Casino, 22Police log for Thursday, Feb. 5, 11:04 year old Angelo R. Reed, Portland,
a.m., 3201 Tremont Ave., Mill Casino, charged with Criminal Trespass II and
“warrant service,” 49-year old Rhonda J. transported to the Coos Co. Jail at CoHall, Winston, arrested on Winston Mu- quille.
nicipal Court warrant charging Contempt of Court on Scattered Rubbish,
cited in lieu of custody. “Male subject
was unable to located at the location.”
Coos Co. Sheriff’s log
Some of the entries on the Coos Co.
Sheriff’s log for Thursday, Feb. 5. 8:44
a.m., Daniels Creek, Coos Bay, “Child
Abuse.” 3:12 p.m., Beaver Loop, North
bend, “Child Abuse.” For more information: Coos County Sheriff's Office,
250 N. Baxter, Coquille, Oregon 97423,
541-396-7800, 541-396-7801. Closed
for Lunch from 11:30a - 12:30p. Sheriff's Office Records 541-396-7802.
Shoplift
phetamine. Transported to the Coos Co. charged with Probation Violation, ReJail at Coquille.
sisting Arrest and Assault on Public
Safety Officer. Transported to the Coos
Assault
According to an entry on the Coquille Co. Jail at Coquille.
Police log for Saturday, Feb. 7, 3:51
a.m., 200 block E. 2nd St., “unknown
problem, caller states found girlfriend
injured at location,” 32-year old James
Belt arrested on charges of Assault IV
Domestic & Kidnapping II. Also, Probation Violation Detainer. Transported
to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Friday, Feb. 6, 4:15 p.m.,
Wasson & Schetter, “located wanted
subject,” 22-year old Skyler Waldrop
charged with Probation Violation Detainer, Escape III, and transported to the
Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Shoplifter
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Saturday, Feb. 7, 11:32
p.m., 3201 Tremont Ave., Mill Casino,
“officer out with subject at location,” 29year old Deseray Burnett, North Bend,
taken into custody on CBPD warrant
charging Theft II and Failure to Appear
on Citation. Transported to the Coos
DUII
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Co. Jail at Coquille.
Criminal Trespass
Police log for Friday, Feb. 6, 11:28 p.m.,
1800 block N. 7th St., “advised friend’s According to an entry on the North Bend
vehicle was hit by an intoxicated driver Police log for Saturday, Feb. 7, 11:37
trying to leave location,” 25-year old p.m., 3201 Tremont Ave., “officer out
Timothy Davis charged with DUII and with Mill Security on subject that is trestransported to the Coos Co. Jail at Co- passing,” 29-year old Mckenzie Brown,
quille.
Coos Bay, cited and released for Criminal Trespass II.
Wanted
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Saturday, Feb. 7, 6:56
p.m., 1020 S. 1st, Fred Meyer, “result of
shoplifter,” 23-year old Joy Sims
charged with Probation Violation, Theft
III and cited for PCS Less than an Oz.
Marijuana, Failure to Surrender SusWarrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay pended License. Transported to the
Police log for Friday, Feb. 6, 1:22 p.m., Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Theft at Casino
“Douglas County Sheriff’s Office serving CBPD warrant,” on 35-year old According to an entry on the North Bend
James Wenzell charged with Failure to Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 4:20 a.m.,
Appear Traffic Offence, transported to Mill Casino, “officer out with theft at
the Douglas Co. Jail at Roseburg.
location,” 27-year old Jonathan Tune,
DUII
Coquille, cited and released for Fraud
Probation Violation
According to an entry on the North Bend According to an entry on the Coos Bay Use Credit Card, referred to the DA’s
Police log for Friday, Feb. 6, 2:25 p.m., Police log for Friday, Feb. 6, 11:21 a.m., Office for Identity Theft, Attempted
Union & California, “request for cover Ellen Road, Bunker Hill, “assist Juvenile Theft II and False Info.
unit. NBPD taking over DUII investiga- Probation,” 18-year old Surawit Roberts
tion, deputy has court.” Forty-three year
old Robert Parker, Coos Bay, charged
with DUII (BAC 0.08), cited and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Criminal Trespass
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Friday, Feb. 6, 9:47 p.m.,
3400 block Spruce St., “male attempting
to get into residence,” 20-year old Alex
W. Dew charged with Criminal Trespass
I and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at
Coquille. On the Coos Bay Police log
for Friday, Feb. 6, 9:13 p.m., Walmart,
20-year old Alex Dew cited for MIPConsumption.
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 5, 12:36
p.m., 2051 Newmark Ave., Walmart, 32
-year old Cassandra A. Tindell cited in
Warrant
lieu of custody on charges of Theft II
and Trespass.
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Friday, Feb. 6, 10:30 p.m.,
Fights
Entries on the Coos Bay Police log for 2200 block Newmark St., “attempt warThursday, Feb. 5, and early Friday, Feb. rant service,” 23-year old Scott R. Peter6, involving “fights.” At 5:35 a.m., Fri- son arrested on CCSO warrant charging
day, 100 block So. Cammann St., 23- Probation Violation – Possession Am-
Bay Area Police Gazette March 2015, page 13
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 9:06 p.m.,
Douglas Co. served NBPD warrant on
23-year old Kevin Alan Fitzgerald, Coos
Bay, charging Possession of Meth.
Detainable Subject
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 10:10
p.m., 3201 Tremont Ave., Mill Casino,
“Mill Security reported detainable subject at location,” 32-year old Michael
Joshua McKay, Coos Bay, charged with
Probation Violation and transported to
the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Monday, Feb. 9, 1:50
a.m., CBPD served NBPD warrant on 25
-year old Lauren Marie Harsh, North
Bend, charging Possession Meth and
Unlawful PCS.
Probation Violation
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Monday, Feb. 9, 5:36
a.m., 800 block Augustine St., “result of
persons contact,” 27-year old Thomas
Phillips arrested on charges of PCS
Meth and Probation Violation. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Follow up arrest
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Monday, Feb. 9, 1:34
a.m., Edward Road, Bachelor Inn,
“result of follow up,” 25-year old Lauren
M. Harsh arrested on NBPD warrant
charging Possession of Methadone, and
on CCSO warrant charging Probation
Violation. Transported to the Coos Co.
Jail at Coquille.
Wanted
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 9:07 p.m.,
“located wanted subject,” Douglas Co.
Sheriff’s Office arrested 23-year old
Kevin A. Fitzgerald on CBPD warrant
charging Theft II.
PCS
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 2:31 p.m.,
1000 block Blanco, “suspicious subject,
49-year old Timothy Joseph Turk
charged with PCS Meth and transported
to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 8:10 p.m.,
“warrant service,” 40-year old Cheyann
Charisse Reher arrested on CQPD warrant charging Unlawful Possession of
Meth.
Disorderly Conduct
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 6:01 p.m.,
200 block N. Broadway, Koski Apartments, 27-year old Curtis Eugene Raymer charged with Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct and Assault of a Police
Officer.
cation. Laying in grass. ODOT notified.” 8:51 a.m., Virginia & Roosevelt,
“officer reported a porta potty tipped
over on side at location. Lil Stinker advised, will respond to handle.” 9:35
a.m., Waite St., “officer advised Waite
Street near Kinney is flooded. Street
Burglary
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Dept. advised, will handle.” 11:58 a.m.,
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 2:38 p.m., 3100 block Lakeshore Dr., “RP reported
100 block Norman Ave., 62-year old fence at location is down and llama’s are
getting out, owner is trying to get them
female reported “burglary.”
back inside the fence but she is having a
Theft
hard time. Officers en route to assist.”
According to an entry on the Coquille
Welfare check
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 8, 9:47 a.m.,
According
to an entry on the North Bend
rd
200 block E. 3 St., “suspicious subPolice
log
for Monday, Feb. 9, 12:08
ject,” 38-year old Cali Eloise Roland
p.m.,
Newmark
& Oak, “anonymous RP
charged with Theft II and Probation Vioreported
male
subject
standing at corner
lation. “Additional charges of Burglary
at
location.
Subject
was
standing there
and Theft I.”
45 minutes ago and is still there. SubCoos Co. Sheriff’s log ject has no shoes on. Subject has boots
Some of the entries on the Coos Co. sitting next to him but he barefoot and
Sheriff’s log for Monday, Feb. 9. 9:02 just standing in the rain. Officers cona.m., Boat Basin Dr., Charleston, “Child tacted subject, subject is waiting for a
Neglect II.” 2:05 p.m., Troy Lane, Coos cab.”
Bay, “Child Neglect II.” 2:06 p.m., 16 th
Coos Co. Sheriff Storm
St. SW, Bandon, “Burglary.” 6:14 p.m.,
Coverage
Del View Road, North Bend, “Child
Abuse.” For more information: Coos Entries on the Coos Co. Sheriff’s log for
County Sheriff's Office, 250 N. Baxter, Monday, Feb. 9, involving the wind
Coquille, Oregon 97423, 541-396-7800, storm. 6:52 a.m., 1100 block 9th St.,
541-396-7801. Closed for Lunch from Bandon, “power outage.” 7:15 a.m.,
11:30a - 12:30p. Sheriff's Office Re- Flanagan/Lookout, Coos Bay, “tree
cords 541-396-7802.
down.”
6:44 a.m., Rosa/Windhurst,
Bandon,
“tree
down.” 7:02 a.m., CatchWind in NB
ing/Ross
Inlet,
Coos Bay, “tree down.”
Some of the entries on the NBPD log for
Monday, Feb. 9, involving the wind
storm that swept through the Bay Area.
4:28 a.m., Marion & Virginia, “officer
removed trash can from roadway at location.” 4:55 a.m., Virginia at Harbor
Lights, “officer removed shopping cart
from roadway at location.” 6:17 a.m.,
McCullough Bridge, “RP came to station and reported a piece of plywood that
appeared to have fell from the railing
and was partially in the roadway.
ODOT notified.” 8:03 a.m., Chicken
Walk, “female juvenile called advised a
tree has fallen across the Chicken Walk.
Not on street, on Chicken Walk. Officer
responded/advised no tree down across
the Chicken Walk at this time.” 8:15
a.m., Pony Ck./Crowell Lane, “officer
removed downed tree from road at location.” 8:18 a.m., 1200 block Virginia
Ave., “RP reported line down in Video
& More parking lot. Officer responded/
advised line not a hazard. Phone line
only.” 8:29 a.m., 1400 block Airport
Lane, “officer advised line down over
roadway on Airport Lane. Pacific Power
advised. Street Dept. placed cone and
sand bags out until PP&L can respond.”
8:44 a.m., Sheridan Ave., “officer advised 30 mph sign knocked down at lo-
7:31 a.m., Libby Lane, mp 2, Coos Bay,
“tree down.” 7:04 a.m., Mallory/Bill
Creek, Bandon, “tree down.” 6:52 a.m.,
Bates Road, Bandon, “power outage.”
8:04 a.m., Parkersburg Road, Bandon,
“power outage.”
8:32 a.m., Libby/
Shinglehouse, Coos Bay, “tree down.”
9:44 a.m., S. Port Road, Coos Bay,
“power outage.” 10:08 a.m., Airport
Ridge/Collier, North Bend, “power outage.” 10:21 a.m., Libby, mp 2.5, Coos
Bay, “tree down.” 1:52 p.m., Garden
Valley Road, Coos Bay, “tree down.”
Assault on a Juvenile
News release from the Coos Co. Sheriff's Office. On February 10, 2015 at
3:38 PM, Coos County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to 105 N. 5th St.
Lakeside, OR for a report of a dispute.
While investigating the dispute, Deputies learned a minor child in the residence was assaulted previously. Deputies arrested Jerry Vandehey, 50 years
old of Lakeside, for the above listed
crimes and transported him to the Coos
County Jail.
DUII Accident
News release from the Coos Co. Sheriff's Office. On February 10, 2015, at
about 2040 hours, a Coos County Sheriff’s Deputy learned of a crash which
had occurred in the area of Milepost 4
on Libby Lane, between Coos Bay and
Charleston. When the Deputy arrived,
he located a single vehicle, a 2002
Dodge Ram pickup that had been in an
Bay Area Police Gazette March 2015, page 14
accident. The Deputy contacted Cristino
Jimenez-Perez near the crashed pickup.
Mr. Jimenez-Perez exhibited signs of
impairment and admitted to having consumed alcoholic beverages. The Deputy
initiated an investigation for Driving
Under the Influence of Intoxicants. Mr.
Jimenez-Perez was ultimately arrested
for the crime. Jimenez-Perez provided a
breath sample which showed him to
have a BAC of .10%. Jimenez-Perez
was cited for Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants, Driving without a
License, Fail to Drive in Lane and Expired Registration. The vehicle was removed by Mast Bothers Towing. Mr.
Jimenez-Perez was not injured in the
accident.
Coos Co. Sheriff’s log
pear on original charge of Harassment warrants charging DUII and DWS Misand Disorderly Conduct II. Transported demeanor; Failure to Appear on Crimito the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
nal Citation, and Unlawful Manufacture
of Marijuana and Unlawful Possession
PCS
According to an entry on the Coos Bay of Marijuana. Transported to the Coos
Police log for Monday, Feb. 9, 5:36 Co. Jail at Coquille.
a.m., 800 block Augustine St., “result of
persons contact,” 27-year old Thomas J.
Phillips charged with PCS Meth and
Probation Violation. Transported to the
Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Burglary
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 10:27
p.m., “follow up,” 39-year old Amy
Marie McCallister charged with Burglary II, Theft of Mislaid Property and
Theft I. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail
at Coquille.
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 11,
11:12 p.m., “CBPD served NBPD warrant” on 42-year old Shawn Michael
Brown charging Theft I and Theft II.
Probation Violation
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 12, 2:30
a.m., Newmark 7 Oak, “traffic stop,” 23year old Michael D. Moore, North Bend,
arrested on Probation Violation charge,
and 22-year old Cody B. Prescott, Coos
Bay, arrested on Probation Violation
Probation Violation
According to an entry on the Coos Bay charge. Both transported to the Coos
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 4:29 Co. Jail at Coquille.
Fight
p.m., 1900 block N. 7th St., 22-year old
Natasha Lynn Brockmann charged with According to an entry on the Coquille
Probation Violation and Resisting Ar- Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 11,
rest.
10:17 p.m., 90 W. 1st Mr. Zacks, “out
with possible fight in front of location,”
Shoplifter
According to an entry on the Coos Bay 36-year old Isaac Jacobs charged with
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2:51 Probation Violation and transported to
p.m., 2051 Newmark Ave., Walmart, 33 the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Some of the entries on the Coos County
Sheriff’s log for Tuesday, Feb. 10. 3:38
p.m., 100 block N. 5th St., Lakeside,
“Assault.” 3:44 p.m., Cape Arago Hwy.,
Coos Bay, “Forgery.” 5:17 p.m., 200 E.
2nd St., Coos Co. Jail, Coquille,
“Assault.” 11:16 p.m., Robertson Lane,
Coos Bay, “Assault.” For more information: Coos County Sheriff's Office,
250 N. Baxter, Coquille, Oregon 97423,
541-396-7800, 541-396-7801. Closed
for Lunch from 11:30a - 12:30p. Sheriff's Office Records 541-396-7802.
-year old Donald Richardson arrested on
the charges of Theft III and Probation
Wanted
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Violation.
Police log for Monday, Feb. 10, 3:57
Warrant
p.m., “located wanted subject,” 59-year According to an entry on the Coos Bay
old David William Brown arrested on Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 12:57
CCSO warrant charging Failure to Ap- p.m., Josephine Co. Sheriff’s Office
served a warrant on 44-year old Carl
Don Brooks charging Failure to Appear
on Possession of Meth and Failure to
Appear I.
Found Property
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 6:52
a.m., “found property,” 23 victims
listed ranging in age from 18 to 57.
Assault
According to an entry on the Coquille
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 11, 5:54
p.m., 100 block N. Adams, Sawdust
Theatre, “report assault,” Roxie Walton
Freedle charged with Physical Harassment and transported to the Coos Co.
Jail at Coquille.
Warrant
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 11, 9:18
p.m., 400 block N. Marple, 42-year old
Shawn Brown arrested on NBPD warrant charging Theft I, Theft II. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Juvenile Burglar
Arrested
According to an entry on the Coquille
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 11, 7:51
p.m., 900 block N. Dean St., “result of
burglary, juvenile arrested for twocounts Burglary I, Theft I and Criminal
Mischief II.
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 11, 4:56
p.m., Newmark & Cammann, “warrant
service for CCSO warrant,” 26-year old
Robert Trejo arrested on charge of Failure to Appear Dangerous Drugs. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
DUII
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1:03
p.m., Newmark & Cammann, “driving
complaint possible intoxicated driver,”
21-year old Christopher Capelli charged
with DUII and cited for No Valid Operator’s License. Transported to the Coos
Co. Jail at Coquille.
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 11, 7:53
a.m., “warrant service on subject for Ada
County, Idaho warrant,” Shyan S.
Densmore charged with Violation of
Release Terms OCA. “Densmore arrested and taken to Juvenile Detention
on warrant.”
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
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Warrant
According to an entry on the North
Bend Police log for Wednesday, Feb.
11, 4:03 p.m., 60-year old Angela D.
Koogler, Coos Bay, arrested on CCSO
warrant charging Burglary II, twocounts of Criminal Mischief II and
Criminal Mischief III. Transported to
the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
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Warrant
According to an entry on the North
Bend Police log for Wednesday, Feb.
11, 7:37 p.m., 2600 block Oak St., 52year old Wanda Lee Davis, Coos Bay,
arrested on three CCSO warrants charging Possession Meth. Also, 57-year old
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Burglary
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 12, 4:57
p.m., 1800 block Maple St., “report of
burglary at location, report taken charges
Burglary I and Criminal Mischief II.”
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 12, 7:16
p.m., 1100 block Virginia Ave., “attempt
warrant service,” 24-year old Matthew
Garner arrested on NBPD warrant and
transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Friday, Feb. 13, 2:03 p.m.,
Broadway & Waite, 25-year old Wesley
Chandler, Powers, arrested on Reedsport
PD warrant charging Contempt of Court
Failure to Appear. “Subject transported
to Tree Acres and released to Reedsport
PD.” Also cited for Driving Without
License, Driving Uninsured, warned for
Illegal Display, Unsignaled Turn, “plates
were seized from the vehicle.”
Shoplifter
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Friday, Feb. 13, 2:16 p.m.,
1611 Virginia Ave., Pony Village Mall,
57-year old Billie D. Crutchfield, Myrtle
Pt., issued citation in lieu of custody for
Theft III. “Subject trespassed from the
Mall for 3 months.”
Disorderly
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MIP Parties
Entries on the Coos Bay Police log involving Minor In Possession. Saturday,
Feb. 14, 12:22 a.m., 100 block Marino
Dr., 68-year old female complained
about a “loud party,” four 18-year olds
cited for MIP-Consumption, “juvenile
referred for MIP-C Furnishing a Place
for Minors to Consume Alcohol. On
Friday, Feb. 13, 11:25 p.m., 400 block S.
Empire Blvd., “possible MIP partly at
location,” seven cited for MIP Alcohol
by Consumption and one cited for Furnishing a Place for Minors to Consume
Alcohol.
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Friday, Feb. 13, 12:11
p.m., No. Bayshore Dr., 24-year old
William V. Emery arrested on Grants
Pass PD warrant charging Robbery III,
UUV, and Theft II.
Arrest
bation Violation for Criminal MistreatWarrant
ment I.
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Warrant
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 15, 4:08
A traffic stop in North Bend led to an p.m., 700 block N. 2nd St., “possible
arrest. According to an entry on the location of wanted subject,” 35-year old
police log for Sunday, Feb. 15, 11:01 Vanessa Hakl arrested on Douglas Co.
p.m., Union & Virginia, “warned for warrant charging Criminal Mischief I,
Failure to Dim, Defective Lighting,” 27- Disorderly Conduct, and Interfere with
year old Michael Phillip Horton, Coos Peace Officer.
Bay, served warrants from CBPD and
Probation Violation
OSP charging Failure to Appear on According to an entry on the Coos Bay
original charge of Carry Concealed Police log for Sunday, Feb. 15, 3:03
Weapon, Failure to Appear II, and p.m., 1100 block Newmark Ave., 29Unlawful Possession Meth. Transported year old Colby Busch arrested on
to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
charges of Probation Violation and PCS
Disorderly
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 15, 10:22
p.m., Coal Bank Slough Bridge,
“disorderly male subject,” 46-year old
John Wayne Justice charged with Disorderly Conduct II, Interfering & Resisting
Arrest. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail
at Coquille.
Criminal Trespass
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 15, 8:14
p.m., E. Anderson Ave. & S. Bayshore,
“dispute,” 27-year old Curtis Raymer
arrested for Criminal Trespass II.
Shoplifter
Meth.
Criminal Trespass
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 15, 1:37
p.m., 700 block S. Empire Blvd., 49year old Troy Adam Boyer arrested on
charge of Criminal Trespass II and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Coos Co. Sheriff’s log
Some of the entries on the Coos Co.
Sheriff’s log for Monday, Feb. 16. 8:29
a.m., Walker Lane, Coos Bay,
“Burglary.” 12:22 p.m., Osprey Hts.,
Lakeside, “Burglary.” For more information: Coos County Sheriff's Office,
250 N. Baxter, Coquille, Oregon 97423,
541-396-7800, 541-396-7801. Closed
for Lunch from 11:30a - 12:30p. Sheriff's Office Records 541-396-7802.
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Sunday, Feb. 15, 6:36
p.m., 1020 S. 1st St., Fred Meyer, 28year old Sarah Williston arrested on
Burglary
charge of Theft II.
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DUII
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Saturday, Feb. 14, 1:26
a.m., 100 block N. Cammann, “from
traffic stop,” 40-year old Rose Marie
Lovelady charged with DUII and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Saturday, Feb. 14, 4:17
p.m., 1200 block N. Bayshore Dr., 53year old Marlon Dean Berry and 64-year
old Clyde Justin Kiel both charged with
Theft III & Theft I Conspiracy to Commit. Both transported to the Coos Co.
Jail at Coquille. The arrests were linked
to an earlier call at 12:49 pm., 1999 N.
7th St., 40-year old male reported “theft
from the Mission.”
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Police log for Friday, Feb. 13, 3:36 p.m.,
Newmark & Edgewood, “officer contacting skateboarder at location,” Jesus
A. Castillo charged with Disorderly
Conduct II, Interfering with Peace Officer, and transported to the Coos Co. Jail
at Coquille.
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Saturday, Feb. 14, 1:14
p.m., 7th & Johnson, “possible intoxicated subject harassing people, 38-year
old Cali Eloise Roland charged with
Probation Violation and transported to
the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Saturday, Feb. 14, 9:46
a.m., 200 E. 2nd St., Coos Co. Jail, Coquille, 21-year old Jason Svilar “turned
himself into the Coos Co. Jail.” Arrested on CBPD warrant charging Pro-
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Police log for Monday, Feb. 16, 1:09
Warrant
p.m., 1800 block Myrtle St., “RP re- According to an entry on the North Bend
ported her residence was broken into. Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17, 7:02
Report taken.”
p.m., OSP Salem served two NBPD
Dispute
warrants on 28-year old Joshua Kell
According to an entry on the North Bend DeVoll, Port Orford, charging Failure to
Police log for Monday, Feb. 16, 10:37 Appear on original charge of Theft II
p.m., 2700 block Sherman Ave., “nearby and Failure to Appear II.
resident reported male and female arguWarrant
ing in front yard of location, female has According to an entry on the North Bend
a bat. Officers respond / attempt to lo- Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17,
cate male subject who fled prior to arri- “Beaverton PD served two NBPD warval. Officers advised unable to locate rants on 64-year old Ira Warren Sethe subject in area / CBPD and CCSO plowitz, Myrtle Pt., charging Failure to
assist, No K-9’s available at time of Appear on Criminal Citation and Crimicall.”
nal Trespass II.
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Monday, Feb. 16, 10:48
p.m., Newmark & Sherman, CBPD
served NBPD warrant on 18-year old
Kathan Earl Williams, Coos Bay, charging Criminal Trespass II.
Warrant
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1100
block Newmark St., “officers located
wanted subject, who fled earlier from
officers, at location,” 25-year old Ethen
Harley Davidson Robeson, North Bend,
arrested on CBPD warrants charging
Probation Violation on original charge
of Possession Meth, Probation Violation
on original charge of Criminal Mischief
II, and CCSO warrant charging Probation Violation on original charge of PCS
Meth. Transported to the Coos Co. Jail
at Coquille.
Turned Self In
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Monday, Feb. 16, 9:23
a.m., “subject in lobby to turn herself
in,” 35-year old Crystal Steele arrested
on Oregon State Parole Board warrant
charging Probation Violation.
25-year old male reported “burglary.”
DUII
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2:49
p.m., 100 block S. 7th St., “result of traffic stop,” 56-year old David C. Smith
charged with DUII and transported to
the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1:35
p.m., 1400 block Southwest Blvd.,
“possible drug deal just occurred,” 23year old Gary David Danielson arrested
on three CBPD warrants charging Probation Violation on original charge of
Failure to Appear I, Probation Violation
on original charge of Possession of
Criminal Trespass
According to an entry on the North Bend Meth, and Probation Violation on origiPolice log for Wednesday, Feb. 18, 3:11 nal charge of Possession Meth & Endana.m., 3050 Tremont, “Mill Security re- gering Welfare of Minor.
Pistol
called reference intoxicated female having her vehicle taken to their west lot / According to an entry on the North Bend
OSP out with the vehicle,” 25-year old Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 18,
Juliana Maurine Jensen, North Bend, 10:16 a.m., 1700 block Newmark St.,
cited in lieu of custody for Criminal “theft of pistol, transferred to CBPD.”
Trespass II. “Sober driver responded for
Roosters
vehicle and female. Permanently tres- According to an entry on the North Bend
pass now issued to female from the Mill Police log for Wednesday, Feb. 18,
Casino.”
12:30 p.m., 2400 block Sherman Ave.,
DUII
According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17, 11:19
p.m., S. 4th & Kruse, “accident at location, unknown if injury,” 30-year old
Brenden Van Burean arrested on charge
of DUII, and 26-year old Gerald Thom
arrested on Probation Violation Detainer
for P& P. Both transported to the Coos
Co. Jail atCoquille.
Warrant
“report of roosters in the roadway, officer checked area, unable to locate, gone
prior to arrival.”
DUII
Coos Co. Sheriff’s log
Some of the entries on the Coos Co.
Sheriff’s log for Wednesday, Feb. 18.
7:45 a.m., Libby/Noah, Coos Bay,
“Illegal Dumping.” 8:02 a.m., Coos Co.,
“Sexual Abuse.” 8:05 a.m., East Port
Lane, Coos Bay “Narcotics Investigation.” 10:37 a.m., North Lake Road,
Lakeside, “Animal Abuse.” 3:39 p.m.,
Roderick Road, Coos Bay, “Animal
Abuse.” 3:45 p.m., End Cape Arago
Hwy., Coos Bay, “Assault.” 5:48 p.m.,
Stage Road, North Bend, “Assault.”
7:49 p.m., Hwy. 242, Broadbent,
“Burglary.”
For more information:
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Lunch from 11:30a - 12:30p. Sheriff's
Office Records 541-396-7802.
Buried in Sand
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 19, 10:07
a.m., 1900 block Cleveland St., “report
of man buried in the sand, assist Fire
Dept. in rescue.” Medical was also requested at location.
He was wanted
According to an entry on the North Bend
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 19, noon,
“RP came in lobby to see if he was
wanted,” 36-year old Joseph Harvey,
Coos Bay, arrested on two Violation of
Restraining Order charges out of CCSO.
Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.
According to an entry on the Coquille
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 19, 1:03
a.m., Hwy. 42, 39-year old Travis Lockwood charged with DUII/Driving While
Escorted
Suspended, and transported to the Coos
According
to
an entry on the North Bend
Co. Jail at Coquille.
Police log for Thursday, Feb. 19, 3:29
UEMVs
p.m., Florida & Sherman, “flagged down
Entries on the Coos Bay Police log for by citizen. Subject has injured person
Wednesday, Feb. 18, regarding Unau- from the dunes in their vehicle, they
thorized Entry Motor Vehicle (UEMV). don’t know where the hospital is at.
8:18 p.m., 1988 Newmark, SWOCC, Officer escorted them to BAH. AssisUEMV reported; 8:18 p.m., 1988 New- tance rendered.”
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According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17, 6:35
p.m., 8000 block SE Deer Ck., OSP arrested 28-year old Joshua DeVoll on
CBPD warrant charging Probation VioWarrant
lation. Lodged in the Clackamas Co.
According to an entry on the North Bend Jail.
Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17, 6:15
Family Dispute
a.m., Minidoka Co. Sheriff’s Office, According to an entry on the Coos Bay
Idaho, served NBPD warrant on 45-year Police log for Tuesday, Feb. 17, 3:22
old John Paul O’Connor, Coos Bay, p.m., 800 block Augustine, 34-year old
Burglary
charging two-counts of Unlawful Sexual Jesse Spinella arrested on charge of AsAccording
to
an entry on the Coos Bay
Penetration II, Incest. Lodged in the sault IV Domestic and transported to the
Police
log
for
Wednesday, Feb. 18,
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